The first two-thirds of the first book was hard to read. How the two main characters came together was difficult to power through. Luckily I have a really great history with Marcy Jacks and felt confident she would turn things around and it happened. But before it occurred be forewarned if you haven't already read it. In this second book of the Billionaire Alphas series, Will is pregnant and desiring his Lion mate, Leon more than ever. Despite doctor's orders against vigorous exercise, their matings are rarely gentle.
The relationship between the two MCs is considerably better than in the first book. They are still getting to really know each other. Leon especially is more cautious with his mate and unborn child. He curbs his temper and tries to do whatever Will might want or need, such as cravings. Will tries not to be impatient with Leon who works so many hours keeping his thriving business doing so. But it is very difficult because Will is left alone for so many hours. He loves reading Mysteries and since the doctor has instructed him to mostly rest in bed, he goes through lots of books.
Despite having a mansion with an indoor pool, Leon has always preferred to live in the smaller pool house, more in keeping with his humble beginnings. This more intimate setting suited Will fine, since the large mansion held some bad memories. Still with it being chilly and the only other exercise the doctor allowed, Will took advantage of a couple hours of swimming. Though just as often he lounged by the pool reading. Which is where he first encountered Leon's Ex. Naked Ex. Will is very unhappy with the things Leon's Ex tells him, as well as the fact that he still has a key. And seemingly carte blanche
to come and go as he pleases.
Back at the pool house Will calls Leon to aprise him of what just occurred. Leon was shocked to hear the angry and hurt message left by a extremely distressed Will. He and his best friend Max rush home to confront the Ex and check on Will. But that wasn't the end. The Ex did not go quietly in to the night. His pranks aimed at Will went quickly from minor to major incidents.
How Leon handled his Ex would very telling? What happens when Will's parents suddenly contact him? Parents he'd been estranged from for many years after his father hurt him badly. How did they ever learn where he lived and how to contact him? Will reluctantly arranges to visit with them.
Leon's Lion is so angry at how his mate being treated he looses control. Leon is determined that Will be left alone and afforded everything wonderful he has coming. Will doesn't have a clue what Leon has planned to convince Will that staying with Leon is going to enhance both their lives.
The Purring Billionaire's Pet [Billionaire Alphas 2] (Siren Publishing Everlasting Classic ManLove) Paperback – 4 May 2016
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- Paperback : 124 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1682953513
- ISBN-13 : 978-1682953518
- Dimensions : 15.2 x 0.67 x 22.9 cm
- Publisher : Siren Publishing, Inc. (4 May 2016)
- Language: : English
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This is the 2nd book in the Billionaire Alpha trilogy and a continuation on from the first with the two main characters finally figuring out they love each other - of course there is new angst in this book to justify the second (and third book) that meets, as mentioned in my review of the first book, the harlequin standard of drama and love wrapped up in a book. This book sees the parents from one of the MCs come back into the picture (bad angst thing) and a former lover of the MC (so they both have bad angst to match each other) and there you go. Again this meets my fluff read criteria - not too deep, no drama that grabs you and holds on, it's brain candy with a predictable plot and something to read when your real life is drama enough.